After a decade fronting the BBC One show, Bruce Forsyth is stepping down as presenter of Strictly Come Dancing.
Birmingham Royal Ballet has announced plans for the new season at the Birmingham Hippodrome, including a recreation of Robert Helpmann’s Miracle in the Gorbals and artistic director David Bintley’s new one-act ballet, The King Dances.
Back for its fourth edition, International Dance Festival Birmingham promises social dance from swing to samba, alongside stage performances, workshops and free outdoor shows.
Manchester’s Victoria Baths will host everything from vintage home shows to a Northern Soul all-nighter this year. Built in 1906, and restored after winning the BBC’s Restoration competition in 2003, this Edwardian bathing palace has vast pools, mosaic floors and stained glass.
The Manchester OM Yoga Show, held at Manchester Central from May 10 to 11, is a perfect introduction to yoga.
Welcome to this bumper edition of Dancing Times which, in addition to all our usual outlets, can also be seen by a projected 20,000 visitors at MOVE IT, the annual dance exhibition held at Olympia in London from March 7 to 9, and for which the magazine has been a media sponsor since its inception. […]
In recent years, The Royal Ballet has had a bigger hand in the dance programme of the Linbury Studio Theatre, from commissioning new works from other companies to giving its own performances there. Kevin O’Hare, the artistic director of The Royal Ballet, talks about the Linbury season.
Kevin O’Hare, director of The Royal Ballet, speaks exclusively to Dancing Times about his plans for the 2014–15 season.
The Linbury season opens with the Deloitte Ignite festival, which runs from September 5 to 28. This year’s month-long festival is focused on ballet and dance. Curated by The National Gallery’s Dr Mina Moore Ede and The Royal Ballet, it has the theme of myths, and will include new works, events for families and children […]
The Royal Ballet has announced the repertoire for its 2014–15 season, from new classic revivals of Ashton and MacMillan to new works by Hofesh Shechter, Liam Scarlett and Wayne McGregor.